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The rebellion has begun...
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I need a bit of education about how Social Security Disability benefits are determined.

(1) When a disabled person is able to work, how does her income affect the amount of her benefits?

(2) When a disabled person is unable to afford her rent on her own and a parent contributes money, how does that affect the amount of her benefits?

Anyone who can point me in the right direction, it would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Sure, happy to assist if I can
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Is it being reported that Scalia had died?
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I just saw another post about it and googled it. Google said it is true.
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Yep. The political class has spent three decades creating fear and anxiety in the electorate. Now we have this.
And it’s not gender, age, income, race or religion.
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Rarely have I read something that rings so true. We have to stop dismissing facts when they contradict our worldview.
Studies show that political preferences shape how people perceive reality. But a small sum can help correct those biases.
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Wow, very interesting article ... and a clever way to eliminate the "Partisan gap" for more definitive results. Bottom line, people need to be more inherently & 'nonpartisanly motivated' in their analyses to recognize the actual facts, such as they were motivated by money. Sadly, I'm not surprised by their results but very interesting study/paper nonetheless.
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"Where the preamble declares, that coercion is a departure from the plan of the holy author of our religion, an amendment was proposed, by inserting the word 'Jesus Christ,' so that it should read, 'a departure from the plan of Jesus Christ, the holy author of our religion;' the insertion was rejected by a great majority, in proof that they meant to comprehend, within the mantle of its protection, the Jew and the Gentile, the Christian and Mahometan [Muslim], the Hindoo [Hindu], and Infidel of every denomination."

Thomas Jefferson, 1821
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I saw a lot of posts -- many of them smirking and almost smug, to be honest -- noting that the San Bernadino shootings happened in a state with supposedly tough gun laws. "See? All that happens is the good guys end up defenseless when the bad guys start shooting." Not to mention enduring years of withering scorn related to Chicago's homicides.

All right, score one for that point of view. But get past the individual incidents, the ready-made headlines, and take a look at where people really get killed by guns. I even did all the clicking for you. The highest rates are in:

19 (tie). Utah
19 (tie). Georgia
18. Indiana
17. Kentucky
16. Nevada
14 (tie). Idaho
14 (tie). Arizona
13. West Virginia
12. Missouri
11. South Carolina
10. Tennessee
9. New Mexico
8. Oklahoma
6 (tie). Wyoming
6 (tie). Montana
5. Arkansas
4. Alabama
3. Mississippi
2. Louisiana

And if you're really itchin' to get shot, head yourself to:

1. Alaska

Can we look at that list and be honest as to what it is telling us?
Thirty one percent of Americans own a firearm or have one in their household: which states are firearm-related fatalities most common?
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As Donald J. Trump moves closer to the Republican nomination, his unpopularity with large groups of voters suggests a potentially staggering loss in a general election.
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pointy-toed boots, greasy cap, fire up some crank & chase it with
nigger-ass malt liquor. hop in your shit-roller & drive around tough guy.
you might even scare a fucking chipmunk, loser bitch. hillary wins, trump
shits a brick--eats half, saves the rest for you shitbirds. bernie hires
trump's bitch for a hummer. all's well, & the earth is once again spinning
on greased grooves...later, punkin head....)))
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CNN is obsolete.
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The historical perspective in this op ed reminds us that in this part of the world, only two conditions have actually existed: the Old Days, grinding poverty paired with limited government, and the New(er) Days, with at least a sustainable existence paired with a more intrusive government. What has never existed is a prosperous way of life paired with limited government. That's the unicorn. Given their way, these 'patriots' would soon return the land to its overgrazed, barren, economically useless past.

Do I think federal land management principles could strike a better balance between economic interests and wildlife preservation? Yes, I do. But the ideological overreach of these occupiers is staggering. They deny the legitimacy of the very government that made this land economically viable in the first place. How naive is that?
The West won’t be won by ideologues brandishing guns and seizing government property.
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I am curious what the op ed piece got wrong, +Rolando Garza?
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Fascinating, and very well sourced.
 
Reagan embarrassed himself in news conferences, Cabinet meetings. Recalling how GOP cringed at his lack of interest
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Just wait and see if the clown car kids get in before you jump to conclusions. Craps.
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Did not eat, but a nice little neighborhood place. Very friendly.
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This goes back to the 17th of July, but just getting around to posting. Wow, just wow. $147 for an oil change and tire rotation (albeit with synthetic oil)??? I told him my regular place charges $75 for the same thing. Told him that they had never called to let her know the car was ready; he said he had told her it would be ready at noon, which was not true. My girlfriend also said that it was hard to get anyone to acknowledge her arrival this morning, and it was the same thing just now. Didn't even look over our way and give a 'just a sec' signal or anything. Told him we had called a couple of times to see if it was ready, but the phone went to voicemail. Then he launched into how they were redoing a brake job that was botched by my usual place. I said, hey man, I'm just telling you what our customer experience here has been, how I'd been going to [my usual place] for 15 years, always a good experience, but wanted to give him a shot because it's just a block from the house. That's when he puts his hands up and says, "Enough! I've been here 20 years. Take your cars someplace else." Consider it done, Danny. Consider it done.
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Fast, friendly (enough), cheap.
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The kind of place I like to like, and overall it was fine. The owner/manager guy was super friendly and chatty. But I sat at the counter for ten minutes with all kinds of customers and servers bustling around, and no one took my order. Finally got the attention of one, and she rather unenergetically did so. And my diet isn't complaining, but if you order a side of sausage, don't you expect a little more than one patty?
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Chief complaint: absolutely filthy restrooms. Seriously nasty. Food was average or so, but after seeing the restrooms, I'm hoping I feel okay this time tomorrow. Coffee was weak and lukewarm too. But our server was very nice.
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